Last night I stayed up pretty late, watching Kill Bill part one, but wisely decided to turn it off and go to bed when I realised they were going to show part two right after it. I'll watch it another time.
I was pretty sleepy this morning, but I slept well and woke up pretty quickly. We had an easy, but healthy morning - we both did some floor exercises, got breakfast, and we hung out while our room was cleaned.
After that we headed back to Lionel-Groulx, near Atwater Market, to find Ariadne Knits, a yarn store that was recommended to Hazel. We bought OPUS cards on the way, so it should be easy for me to buy a weekly ticket tomorrow morning. We also found an honest-to-god store (it was, unfortunately, shut) called ORLY. When we got there, we met one of the owners of Ariadne, who was very nice, and got a bit of shopping done on the way back.
This afternoon we've had naps, been good with food, and watched a lot of medical reenactment shows. Reading it back, it sounds pretty dull, but to me it's been awesome.
We also saw a show about optimism by Michael J Fox, which I really enjoyed. It was an interesting program, even if I didn't really learn anything, but mostly it was just really good to see him on TV again. The guy was in a few of my favourite movies and shows when I was a kid, and it's good to know that his disease hasn't made him bitter or depressed - he's just treating it like "Oh well... what's next?", and followed in Lance Armstrong's footsteps to help support others with the same condition.